Overnight Accommodation in Røros – five tips
Many reasons to visit Røros
There are many reasons for visiting Røros, but no matter whether you are seeking a romantic weekend, wish to taste local fare on a food safari, or join in for a guided tour of Røros, you will no doubt want to stay in pleasant surroundings and have a good night’s sleep. We can promise you that in Røros.
Røros also has a wealth of excellent eating places to offer, whether you are seeking an exclusive dinner with several courses, or just a quick snack in passing on your way to your next adventure. Here you will find a list of eating places in and around Røros.
Five tips about overnight accommodation in Røros
Erzscheidergården is a small, family-run hotel with Røros Church, aka Bergstaden Ziir, as next-door neighbour. Erzscheidergården dates back to the 1600s, is imbued with the soul of the mining city, and is characterised by the same atmosphere as the rest of the wooden architecture in the heart of this World Heritage town. Here you can stay in cosy rooms, each with their own unique interior furnishings and distinctive atmosphere – all of which are inspired by Rorøs’ nature, culture and people.
Staying at Erzscheidergården is a bit like visiting good friends. You will be served home-made breakfast and taken good care of. In the lounge you may relax with some good reading matter and cakes, watch TV, or listen to music and just dream away the day.
The Vertshuset Røros inn is situated in Kjerkgata street and offers both rooms and apartments with an exciting design. The rooms at the inn are located in the Ramgården and Uldvarefabrikken (wool factory) buildings. In the Ramgården’s traditional Røros-style backyard, you can spend the night in a traditional storehouse, entrance hall or in the loft. The rooms in the Uldvarefabrikken, which dates back to 1914, have plenty of headroom and a modern appearance. The history of the factory, and of Røros itself, form the basis for the interior furnishings and embellishments, and the interaction between old and new has been given considerable focus. In the Uldvarefabrikken there are rooms with and without their own kitchens.
Vertshuset Røros also houses one of Røros’ best restaurants, whose menu includes arctic char, reindeer, venison and panna cotta made from a kind of junket.
Røros Hotel is the biggest hotel in Røros and the mountain district, offering 156 comfortable rooms, restaurants, meeting and conference facilities, reception rooms, bars, a swimming pool and a sauna. The hotel is situated at the heart of the Røros World Heritage Site, only a few minute’s walk from the town centre and with the wonderful hiking opportunities of the Røros mountain plain right outside the door. The hotel offers rooms of various sizes, including family rooms.
At Røros Hotel you will be served first rate meals based on ingredients from the region, either in the restaurant or in the Brasserie.
Bergstadens Hotel is centrally situated in Røros town centre. The 90 rooms have all been recently redecorated. Should you require a more exclusive experience, they also have suites at your disposal.
The hotel runs several eating places, including Peder Hiort Mathus and SkanckeBua, with local food on the menu.
Idrettsparken Hotel is a family-run establishment with a cosy atmosphere and reasonable rates. The hotel has 24 double rooms with a toilet, shower and TV. Free wireless internet access is available all over the hotel. All rooms have separable beds.
Idrettsparken also has a section with 8 recently refurbished rooms with a shower and toilet in the corridor. Four of the rooms have four beds and a sofa bed, while the remaining four are double rooms. There are altogether 28 beds in this section.
For guests seeking that “little bit extra”, the hotel offers an exclusive, self-contained apartment, with a spacious Røros-inspired kitchen, a dining room and a lounge area with cable-TV. The apartment includes two bedrooms, with altogether 6 beds, and a separate bathroom and WC.
Read more about what you can see and do at Destination Røros.
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